does anyone know how to use this option?
I can not do that
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there is no anwer how can i draw 3d reinforcement...
someone can explain more (best way with an example ) about how we can draw 3d reinforcement ....
my problem is i have my own solid model.. it is some special wall but an asimetric wall ..
i defined it to ASD ...
i define reinforcements on it and distrubition the reinforcement on the wall..
is there any way for see my reinforcement bars in 3D view??
or we can see only the beam and colom reinforcement in 3d which they are ready inside ASD ...
I do not think it's possible. in my experience you can create 2D views from 3D generic elements but not vice versa. In Revit you can do it but the reinforcement defined for generic structural element will not be esported in ASD.
it is possible to see the formwork in 3D without the reinforcement is being shown, but if it possible to see the formwork, may be it is also possible to see the reinforcement, may be it just needs to be toggled on somewhere (my guess) =)
Unfortunally, I do not think so. In my experience you can see the formwork in 3d (and perhaps this is not very useful starting already from a 3d) but I don't know an option to show the reinforcement of a generic element.
.....if there it would be very useful!...
Is some from the support team can confirm that this is not possible... (view 3d reinforcement from 3d solid element creation)
If it is not possible, is that something autodesk is willing to make possible?
p.s. other software are doing it.
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